Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – January 25, 2014
I got my CDL through HCC in 2009 but had no experience driving. I contacted CRST and went through their refresher course and drove for 28 days with a co-driver then got my own co-driver. The miles are low and the don't give enough loads. I love to run and I like to keep the truck running and we always have a layover because they have to find loads. I am looking for a company that I can be paid by the percentage of the load and he home. his is not the place to be they lie to get you in.
Great DM. Good pay per mile. Conmunication process requires improvement.
OTR Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – March 12, 2018
Drove a lot of miles until recently. Then work just stopped. Very little work the last couple months. Co-drivers are not for me. Sharing a small space with another is a thorn in my paw that continually creates stress for me.l need to be solo.
Good manager, very good pay per mile.
Co-driver not for me. Usually difficult to get a live person on phone, management, maintenance have a frustrating dependance on Qualcomm.
Trailer-Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – March 4, 2018
CRST is a very good company to work for. I came in with my CDL's. Some people go throw There program. So went they got to the part OTR training they didn't get the same pay as I did. I got the best training the industry offer. I saw site that that only a truck driver can experience. A tree my training I decided to drive local, CRST has a walk away policy. They honored that part of the policy that's why I say CRST is one of the best out their to work for.